Posts Tagged ‘Council Member Brown’

Housing For All Rally! A Vision for DC!

January 14, 2013 • No Comments »

At the Housing For All Campaign we believe that DC can be a place where all residents live in housing in good condition that they can afford. As the District completes it’s comprehensive housing strategy, we call on District leaders to adopt a strategy that brings us closer to that vision. In particular, we call […]

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Your Voices Were Heard – Continuum of Housing Programs Preserved!

May 26, 2011 • No Comments »

The DC Council approved a much more progressive FY 2012 budget on May 25 than expected, as they took action to restore more than $40 million in homeless services and affordable housing program cuts that support the continuum of housing – from homeless shelter through homeownership.  Here are the housing programs that were funded: From […]

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DC's Tenant Purchase at Risk in this Budget: Come Learn About the Value this Program Offers Our City

April 18, 2011 • No Comments »

Thousands of residents in the District have become homeowners through Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act (TOPA), preserved their affordable housing and have taken control over the future of their housing. On Tuesday, residents and advocates will urge the Council to protect this vital tool for preserving affordable housing at a Roundtable on the District’s Tenant […]

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Residents and Activists Take the 'Housing For All' Message to the DC Council

April 7, 2011 • No Comments »

CNHED was invited to present testimony for the Continuum of Housing at a public roundtable convened by Councilmember Michael A. Brown, Chairperson of the Committee on Housing and Workforce Development.  The roundtable was held at the John A. Wilson Building in the council chambers. Jim Knight, CNHED President and Jubilee Housing Executive Director, and Bob […]

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